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Jan 28, 2013 6:00am EST
's the essence of our system, the checks and balances, and the advice and consent power of the united states senate is enormously important. >> but when you why in the cabinet the president, george bush also used this again and again. >> never when -- >> not -- >> the difference was -- >> different version of it. but all of them by the court have been ruled as unconstitutional. >> the difference was we were in recess. you know, had the president made an appointment the day before he did, he could have at least had a colorable argument. i mean it was the most phrasen thing i've ever seen. we weren't in recess. it was incredible. >> i don't know jay carney just reminds me of that movie how to cheat on your wife where the wife comes home and catches her husband with a girl and then she just gets dressed and leaves and the husband keeps saying no, there's no girl here. and finally the wife just gives up and says all right, forget it. i love jay carney. he's a straight face right in the camera. anyway, senator, thank you appreciate it. >> thank you. >> coming up the s&p on its longest winning str
CNBC
Jan 31, 2013 6:00am EST
is for it. people don't realize that corporate taxes in the united states only raise about 10% of the revenues for the federal government. and if you look historically, and i sent a chart up there that you can put it up. the courrelation between busines investment and equipment and software and job creation and gdp is almost 100%. so corporate tax rates of 35%, which is what we pay, simply not competitive. >> we got that chart up right now. so what we're looking at is, equipment and software investment and private growth. >> fred, good morning, bob nardelli here. good to see you, my friend. >> good to see you, bob. >> yeah. i know you have some very strong feelings about investment and the correlation between job creation, and so, what's your view, you know? we talked this morning about the fourth quarter gdp, and what's it going to take? joe asked you if you'd be willing to step in and provide the leadership for our country to get the unemployment rate down and get jobs up. i vote for that. you've done a marvelous job at fedex, in creating this thing, and have had unbelievabl
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